Krabi Hot Spring and Emerald Pool tour
Krabi Jungle Tour includes:
- Hot springs at Khlong Thom (Namtok Rawn)
- Emerald Pool, Blue pool, Hermit shrine
- Tiger cave temple.
- Mountain top viewpoint (1237 steps)
Tour runs every day, all year
0800-0830 hrs: Pick up from your hotel lobby.
It’s about a 60-90 drive to the hot springs.
0945 hrs: Arrive at the hot spring and relax in the jungle pools with temperatures about 40-50 degrees Celsius.
1200 hrs: Lunch at a nearby restaurant.
1300 hrs: Rain forest walk with many natural springs along the way, the largest is Emerald Pond. The smaller Blue pool is even more beautiful.
1430 hrs: Visit the Tiger Cave which is now a Buddhist temple famous for meditation.
1600 hrs: Transfer back to your hotel.
Price: 1,500 baht per adult / 900 baht per child (3-11 years)
Tour Includes: Lunch, fresh fruit snacks, soft drink, insurance, experienced guide, national park entrance fees, round trip hotel transfers*.
Group discounts (applied at checkout):
- 3-4 people: discount 50 baht per adult
- 5-9 people: discount 100 baht per adult
- Group of 10 or more. Please contact us for group rates
*Hotel pick up and transfers: Free land transfers are provided from most hotels in Ao Nang, Krabi town, Khlong Muang and Tub Kaek beach. Transfers are not provided from hotels with no road access, for example Railey beach hotels, Tonsai beach hotels and Centara Grand beach resort. Transfers cannot be provided from private addresses or AirBnB’s.
– 7 days or more prior to the package or tour date: full refund less bank fees.
– 3-6 days prior to the package or tour date: 30% of total price
– Within 72 hours of the package or tour date, or no show: 100% of total price.
Weather Policy: This is an all weather tour and still runs if it is raining in the morning.
What to expect
Located about 50 km south of Krabi town in Amphur Klong Thom the Hot Springs (called Namtok Rawn in Thai) are close to the Emerald Pool. Where the hot springs mix with cool streams, pools of water are formed with temperatures of 40-50 degrees Celcius.
These hot springs are a popular attraction with local Thais on weekends and public holidays. For some people, watching the locals play is a tourist attraction in itself but if you prefer to enjoy the pools with fewer other people around it’s best to visit midweek.
The Emerald pool is 15 minutes drive from the hot springs. It’s a very beautiful 1400m walk to the pool along a raised path through the rain forest. Walk a further 600m from the Emerald pool, passing the Hermit shrine on the way, and you reach the Blue pool.
On the return journey to Krabi visit the Tiger Cave temple which is worth a short visit especially if you are fit enough to climb the 1237 steep steps to the mountain top viewpoint. There is also a shorter nature trail and plenty of hungry monkeys.